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Saturday, March 21 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Poster 2.0 (ARLISpalooza)

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The Conference Committee, in partnership with the ARLIS/NA Professional Development Committee, is pleased to offer a new session that combines the best of two worlds — the informal and highly visual nature of a traditional poster session with the hands-on component of a technology forum.

Poster 2.0 will feature over 30 participants showcasing a wide-range of professional and research projects in a creative and interactive environment. Topics include productivity tools, promotion of special collections and archives, outreach and instructional initiatives, libraries as exhibition spaces, digital humanities, best practices for collecting and cataloging unique materials, and more. Learn from colleagues presenting innovative projects, topics, and tools as you walk through this joint session.

Titles & Presenters:

Collecting the New Arcadian Journal at Art Libraries in America
 — Karyn Hinkle, Senior Reader Services Librarian, Bard Graduate Center

What’s Your Story?: The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Research Center Oral History Project — Eumie Imm Stroukoff, Emily Fisher Landau Director of the Research Center, Georgia O’Keeffe Museum
The N Project: Leveraging Social Media to Promote Collection Material — Dan McClure, Director of Library Services, Pacific Northwest College of Art

The Case Study of an Art Librarian in a Medical School — Amy Andres, Art History Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth Library, Qatar

The Artist and the Librarian Project: How to Think Like an Artist in the Library — Sarah Burris, Reference Librarian/Non-Fiction Selector, Bay County Public Library
Inspired Archives: Introducing Students to the Visual Culture of a University — Katie Greer, Assistant Professor, Oakland University

Ask an Expert: Lessons Learned from Repackaging Reference for Exhibition Spaces — Matthew Gengler, Head of Access Services, Ingalls Library, Cleveland Museum of Art

Are You Close Enough?: Libraries and Embedded Digital Humanities — Sara Outhier, Digital Media Librarian, Southern Methodist University; Michelle Hahn, Music Catalog Librarian, Southern Methodist University

Database-Driven: Exploring the Underlying Symmetry between New Media Theory and Library Science — Emilee Mathews, Research Librarian for Visual Arts, University of California, Irvine; Sylvia Page, Librarian, Memphis College of Art

Art and Design Book Club: An Outreach and Engagement Tool, UT Austin Fine Arts Library — Becca Pad, Graduate Student, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin; Laura Schwartz, Head Librarian, Fine Arts Library, University of Texas at Austin

Incorporating the Scholar’s Voice in Discovery: Metadata Integration with Google Forms — Gary Ginther, Fine Arts Librarian, Ohio University Libraries

Teach, Learn, Use, Create: Versatile Design for the Architecture Library Sara DeWaay, Arts and Architecture Librarian, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Tumblr Enriches Exposure [to] and Use of Art Special Collections — Lindsay Keating, Special Projects Assistant, Arts and Architecture Library, University of Minnesota; Deborah Ultan Boudewyns, Arts, Architecture & Landscape Architecture Librarian, University of Minnesota

The Role of the Library in the Research-Creation Process of Fine Arts Undergraduate Students at the University of Victoria — Tad Suzuki, Learning & Research Librarian (Fine Arts), University of Victoria (Canada)

Multimedia Resources Statistics: Understanding Usage of Non-Text Resources — Jennifer Hoyer, Library Relations Associate, Artstor; Katie O’Connell, User Services Associate, Artstor; Elizabeth Schneider, User Services Associate, Artstor

Bringing the Outside Inside: Brazilian Graffiti and “String Literature” on the Walls Are Not Your Typical Art in the Library Exhibit — Christiane Erbolato-Ramsey, Fine Arts Librarian, Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University

Expanding Art History for the Digital Age: Digital Humanities in the Visual Resources Center — Lynn Cunningham, Principal Digital Curator, Visual Resources Center, University of California Berkeley

Brand Library & Art Center Renovation Project — Alyssa Resnick, Administrator, Arts and Culture, Glendale Library; Cathy Billings, Senior Library, Arts & Culture Supervisor, Brand Library & Art Center

Fresh Off the (Closed) Shelf: The Banff Centre Library’s Transition to an Open Stack Artists’ Books Collection — Nicole Lovenjak, Library Practicum, Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, The Banff Centre

The Better to See You With: The University of North Texas Libraries’ Artists’ Book Competition — Julie Judkins, Principal Archivist, University of North Texas; Morgan Gieringer, Head of Special Collections, University of North Texas Libraries

The “Aha!” Moment: Library Support for the Cognitive Process of Creativity — Carla-Mae Crookendale, Visual Arts Research Librarian, Virginia Commonwealth University

The Alexander M. Troup Collection: One Collection, Countless Disciplines — Emily Aparicio, Library Specialist I, University of North Texas Special Collections; Amanda Montgomery, Library Specialist II, University of North Texas Special Collections

The Materials Laboratory as a Teaching Tool — Kasia Leousis, Architecture and Art Librarian, Auburn University

Using the Unique: Emory's Archives Research Program — Kim Collins, Art and Classics Librarian, Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University

Design Students Unlock Open Access — Sarah Polkinghorne, Subject Librarian  for Art & Design, Drama, and Psychology, University of Alberta

The Gernsheim Photographic Corpus of Drawings: Plans for an Expert Tagging Space — James Shulman, President, Artstor

Omeka and the Getty Art and Architecture Thesaurus: Two-step or Shootout? An Experiment towards Linked Open Data — Alison Larson, MLS Student, University of North Texas

Something Old and Something New: Building a Special Collection of Artists’ Books — Anna Korus, Library Manager, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta; Roxy Garstad, Collection Assessment Librarian, MacEwan University, Edmonton, Alberta

Please See Attached: The Challenges of Collecting PDF Exhibition Catalogs at the Thomas J. Watson Library — Andrea Puccio, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Tina Lidogoster, Assistant Museum Librarian, Thomas J. Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Web Archiving Comics at the Library of Congress — Megan Halsband, Reference Specialist, Comic Books, Library of Congress

Using the Durationator Technology to Conduct Copyright Searches — Elizabeth Townsend Gard, Glazer Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Associate Professor of Law, Tulane University

RAW Beauty: Data Visualization with RAW from DensityDesign — Helen Lane, Head of Research and Instructional Services, Fashion Institute of Technology

Testing the Waters: Harnessing the Power of Technology in the Virtual Conference Environment — Luke Leither, Art and Architecture Librarian, University of Utah

The Roman Forum and Beyond: Developing Mobile Applications to Study the Built Environment with Early Architectural Publications — Viveca Pattison Robichaud, Special Collections Librarian, University of Notre Dame

Using Piktochart to Create Presentations and Infographics — Ellen Tisdale, Library Assistant, University of Manitoba Libraries

Using OpenRefine for Exploring Library Collections — Mary Wahl, Digital Services Librarian, California State University, Northridge

Saturday March 21, 2015 3:00pm - 4:30pm CDT
Second Floor Lobby Omni Fort Worth, 1300 Houston Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102

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